A few days ago, I was sent some of Nestle’s Seasonal Holiday candy. Nestle makes a large assortment of candy, including Butterfingers, Wonka products and many more. Their Seasonal Holiday candy is only available during the holiday season. I was send a Wonka Nerds Rope and a box of Wonka Pixy Stix filled Candy Canes.
The Nerds Rope didn’t last too long, since both my husband and daughter love them. I held over the candy canes because I decided I wanted to make some Candy Cane Bark. I haven’t made it in years, so I figured that it would make for a good snack for Christmas. It’s mostly the same as making Almond Bark. Here is my own original recipe:
- 24 oz. Almond Bark Vanilla Flavord Coating
- 1 box of Wonka Pixy Stix Candy Canes
- Cookie sheet covered with parchment paper
- Food processor
- Break up the candy canes into prices and put them in the food processor. Pulse until they are the desired size you want.
- Break up the Almond Bark Vanilla Flavored Coating into a microwave safe bowl. Follow heating directions on package. Make sure that you don’t over heat it.
- Add the candy cane pieces to the melted Almond Bark Vanilla Flavored Coating, stirring well.
- Pour mixture onto the cookies sheet lined with the parchment paper. Shake the pan to spread out the mixture and level it. Don’t worry if it doesn’t reach all the edges.
- Allow to cool and harden. Once hard, you can break it into pieces and store it in a sealed container.
The Pixy Stix powder gave it a really nice pick color and it tasted great. I’m definitely going to make it again next year. It’s quick and easy to make, and it a great gift.
Overall, Nestle candy is great, especially their Seasonal Holiday candy. The candy canes were really good and perfect for some Candy Cane Bark. The Nerds Rope was also very good. You can find all of their products in store nationwide and also check out their Seasonal Holiday Candy at their website.
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